On the video front, I've been givingKanye props since "Through The Wire." I thought it was incrediblydope how he told the story of his near fatal car accident through video footageand photos of his recovery.
He did it again with the video for"All Falls Down" featuring ageless beauty Stacey Dash as he rappedabout being shallow and navigated through the video without ever really beingon camera.
When I got to the third version of"Jesus Walks," the one that has a modern day Jesus wearing a crown ofthorns, sandals and holy tunic, I stood up at my computer and applauded.
I have several more to add to thelist--"Flashing Lights," John Legend's "Ordinary People,"and my favorite "Touch The Sky."
Though Kanye's ego bothers me, he isreally good at what he does.
I just have one question, though: Whywould Kanye give Drake such a horrible video for "Best I Ever Had"? (See Craig Rosen's The New Now blog on Drake.)
Consider this: Lil' Wayne, Jay-Z, Nas, and Eminem, among others,have gone on record to
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